Stephen Curry nearly posted a triple-double, and the Golden State Warriors easily handled the Utah Jazz.
The Golden State Warriors took care of business on the road against the Utah Jazz, winning the first three quarters handily to cruise to a 94-83 win. Golden State took a 24-19 lead after one period, extended it to 49-37 at halftime, and then broke it open to lead 75-58 after three. Golden State improved to 19-10 on the season, dropping Utah to 15-15.
Stephen Curry led the Warriors with a near triple-double effort, piling up 23 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. David Lee added 18 points and nine rebounds and Klay Thompson and Jarrett Jack each put in 15 points each. Golden State barely shot over 40% from the field, but hit several more threes to take control.
Al Jefferson led the Jazz with 18 points and 10 rebounds; Paul Millsap put in 14 points and seven boards of his own. The rest of the Jazz were ineffective, as Golden State held Utah to 38.6% shooting.